The Italian luxury label recorded sales of €459.2 million in the first 9 months of the year, driven by exports at a sustained pace that is expected to continue for the rest of the year, yielding a growth of about 9%.
The house of Versace has announced plans to merge its menswear and womenswear shows into one co-ed show starting next year in February 2020, in a surprise move by the legendary Milan-based fashion brand.
The Croatian designer has hired Christophe Mélard, formerly at Sergio Rossi, as his label’s new CEO. He also licensed the production of his ready-to-wear line to Jato Group, and is thinking about showing in Paris again.
At the latest Milan fashion week, designers have expressed real ecological awareness for the first time in their shows, without sacrificing creativity, business or glamour, as in any fashion week worthy of its name.